Anna Shcherbakova

Anna Stanislavovna Shcherbakova (Russian: Анна Станиславовна Щербакова, IPA: [ˈanːə ɕːɪrbɐˈkovə], born 28 March 2004) is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2021 World champion, the 2020 European silver medalist, the 2019 Grand Prix Final silver medalist, the 2019 Skate America champion, the 2019 Cup of China champion, the 2019 CS Lombardia Trophy champion, and a three-time Russian national champion (2019–21). She is currently the highest ranked women's singles skater in the world by the International Skating Union following the 2020–21 figure skating season.

Anna Shcherbakova
2020 12 27 anna shcherbakova.jpg
Personal information
Native nameАнна Станиславовна Щербакова (Russian)
Full nameAnna Stanislavovna Shcherbakova
Country represented Russia
Born (2004-03-28) 28 March 2004 (age 17)
Moscow, Russia
ResidenceMoscow
Height1.59 m (5 ft 2+12 in)
Coach
Former coachOksana Bulycheva
Choreographer
Skating clubSambo 70
Training locationsMoscow
Began skating2007
World standing
Season's bests
ISU personal best scores
Combined total241.65
2021 World Team Trophy
Short program81.07
2021 World Team Trophy
Free skate162.65
2019–20 Grand Prix Final

On the junior level, Shcherbakova is the 2019 World Junior silver medalist, the 2018 JGP Slovakia champion, the 2018 JGP Canada champion, the 2019 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival champion, and the 2019 Russian junior national bronze medalist. She currently has the third highest free skating score of any lady – 162.65 points.

Shcherbakova is the first senior woman to land a quad Lutz.[5] Additionally, in 2019 she became the first woman to land two quad Lutz jumps in a program, with one done in combination with a triple toe loop.[6] Shcherbakova has also landed a quad flip in domestic competition at the 2019 Russian Figure Skating Championships.

Personal lifeEdit

Shcherbakova was born in Moscow on 28 March 2004 to parents Stanislav and Julia. She has one older sister Inna, and one younger sister Yana.[7] In 2007, at age three, Shcherbakova began learning to skate under Oksana Bulycheva at the Khrustalnyi rink of the Olympic Reserve Sports School no. 37 (later renamed "Sambo 70") in Moscow.[8] While still in high school, Shcherbakova has indicated an interest in going to university and specializing in Physical Education.[9]

In an interview on Russian television following the 2021 World Championships, Shcherbakova stated her admiration for the figure skating technique of Nathan Chen after she received a surprise birthday cake from him at the closing program of the ISU championships at her 17th birthday following the competition.[10]

CareerEdit

Early careerEdit

In 2013, Shcherbakova switched to training with Eteri Tutberidze and Sergei Dudakov while staying at the Khrustalnyi rink in the 2013–14 season.

Shcherbakova won gold at the 2016 Russian Youth Championships – Younger Age.[11] She missed the 2017 Russian Junior Championships, held in February, after breaking her arm.[citation needed] Returning to competition, she won the silver medal at the 2017 Russian Youth Championships – Younger Age in March.[12]

2017–2018 seasonEdit

In the summer of 2017, Shcherbakova broke her leg while performing a triple loop in combination at a training camp. As a result, she missed most of the 2017–18 season, including her planned Junior Grand Prix debut.[13] She placed thirteenth at the 2018 Russian Junior Championships.[14]

2018–2019 seasonEdit

Shcherbakova debuted internationally on the Junior Grand Prix circuit in August. She was assigned to events in Slovakia and Canada. At JGP Slovakia, she was ranked first in both the short program and the free skate and won the gold medal by a margin of more than 18 points over the silver medalist, her fellow Russian competitor Anna Tarusina.[15] Her scores at this competition were among the highest scores achieved in an international junior ladies competition after teammate Alexandra Trusova in the short program, and Trusova and teammate Alena Kostornaia in the free program.

At JGP Canada, Shcherbakova was again ranked first in both the short program and the free skate and won the gold medal by a margin of about 5 points over the silver medalist, her former teammate Anastasia Tarakanova.[16] With two gold medals on the Junior Grand Prix, she qualified for the 2018–19 Junior Grand Prix Final. At the Final, Shcherbakova placed last in the short program after falling on her attempted double Axel and stepping out of a triple Lutz, missing her combination.[17] In the free program, she fell on both quad attempts, placing fifth there and overall. Speaking afterward, Shcherbakova said she "really wanted to land my quad Lutzes, but I couldn't do them cleanly and I fell, so I'll try to do it next time."[18]

At the 2019 Russian Championships, Shcherbakova placed fifth in the short program and first in the free skate, winning the national title over Trusova by 0.07 points. Shcherbakova said it was "very unexpected for me to win and I still haven't realized what just happened."[19]

Later in December, Shcherbakova competed at the 2019 Russian Junior National Championships where she was expected to vie for the title again with her teammates Trusova and Kostornaia. After placing second in the short program and third in the free, Shcherbakova ended up with the bronze medal behind Trusova and Kostornaia. In the free program, Shcherbakova attempted a quad Lutz jump but fell.

In March, Shcherbakova was selected by the Russian Figure Skating Federation to compete at the 2019 Junior World Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, alongside Alexandra Trusova and Ksenia Sinitsyna. She took first place after the short program ahead of Trusova after receiving a score of 72.86. In the free program, she landed her quad Lutz jump with a minor error in the landing position, getting a negative grade of execution. The score of 147.08 was the highest she had ever attained at an international competition, but was not enough to overtake her training mate who had landed two quad jumps in the free program. Shcherbakova took the silver medal.[20]

2019–2020 seasonEdit

 
Shcherbakova performs her gala program at the 2019 Cup of China

In September, Shcherbakova entered her first international senior competition in Italy at the ISU Challenger Series event, the 2019 Lombardia Trophy. After the short program, she was in third place behind Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and You Young. Her free program saw her become the first woman to land a quadruple Lutz in senior competition, ensuring the gold medal in her senior debut.

Shcherbakova made her ISU Grand Prix debut at the 2019 Skate America, where she won the gold medal after placing fourth in the short program and first in the free skate.[21] At this competition she became the first ever lady to land two quadruple Lutz jumps in free skating in an international competition, and the first ever lady to land a quadruple Lutz and triple jump combination in an international competition. In the free skate she became the second lady behind Alexandra Trusova to achieve a score above 160 points under the current GOE system when she scored her personal best score of 160.16 points, only about three points short of Trusova's world record. Shcherbakova also set new records for the highest valued single jump, earning 14.79 points for her quadruple Lutz, and for the highest valued jump combinations, when she earned 18.66 points for her quad Lutz-triple toe loop combination.[22] Shcherbakova went on to win her second event, the 2019 Cup of China, albeit by a smaller margin.[23]

Shcherbakova's results qualified her for the Grand Prix Final in Torino, where she placed third in the short program.[24] In the free skate, she landed two quad Lutzes (one deemed underrotated) and attempted, but fell on, the quad flip for the first time. She nevertheless placed first in the free skate, and won the silver medal overall behind Alena Kostornaia.[25]

At the 2020 Russian Championships, Shcherbakova skated cleanly to place second in the short program behind Kostornaia, who was ten points ahead going into the free skate.[26] Shcherbakova then won the free skate, landing two quad Lutzes and the quad flip for the first time, and won her second national title by just under two points overall. She also outscored senior men's champion Dmitri Aliev despite ladies' scoring having only four-fifths of the value of men's component scores.[27]

Shcherbakova competed at the 2020 European Championships, delivering a clean short program skate to place second.[28] In the free skate, Shcherbakova landed the quad Lutz-triple toe loop combination to start, followed by a quad flip. However, she fell on the second planned quad Lutz. Despite the fall, she placed first in the free skate, and settled for an overall silver medal behind teammate Kostornaia. Together with Kostornaia and other teammate Trusova who took the bronze, the trio made for an all Russian podium at the ladies event.[29][30] The three were assigned to compete at the World Championships in Montreal, but those were cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Subsequent coaching changes by Trusova and Kostornaia resulted in Shcherbakova temporarily being the only one of the trio still training at the Sambo-70 rink under Tutberidze, until Kostornaia returned in March 2021.[31][32][33]

2020–2021 season: World championEdit

Shcherbakova debuted both of her programs at the Russian senior test skates, overcoming a difficult practice session to deliver a free skate with only a fall on her quad Lutz attempt, which she called "a good starting point."[34] In August it was announced that Shcherbakova would compete in the first and third stages of the 2020–21 Russian Cup series. She won the first stage in Syzran with a score of 246.40 and the third stage in Sochi with 239.91 points.[35]

She was assigned, as with other prominent Russian skaters, to the 2020 Rostelecom Cup after the ISU decided to base the Grand Prix primarily on geographic location. However, she withdrew on the day of the event due to illness, later revealed to be pneumonia.[36][37]

After recovering from pneumonia, Shcherbakova had somewhat limited ability to train in advance of the 2021 Russian Championships. She won the short program with a score of 80.31, ahead of fellow Sambo-70 skater Kamila Valieva.[37] In the free skate she landed both a quad Lutz and a quad flip, and won that segment with a 183.79 score, with Valieva the silver medalist and Trusova taking the bronze medal.[38] Shcherbakova became the first woman to win three consecutive Russian titles since Irina Slutskaya from 1999 to 2001. She was assigned to the Russian team for the 2021 World Championships in Stockholm.[39]

Prior to the World Championships, Shcherbakova participated in the televised 2021 Channel One Trophy as part of the Red Machine team captained by Alina Zagitova. She placed second in both segments of the competition, and the Red Machine won the trophy.[40][41] She opted not to participate in the Russian Cup Final.[42]

Heading into the World Championships, Shcherbakova was considered one of the frontrunners for the World title alongside Trusova and Rika Kihira of Japan.[43] In the short program, Shcherbakova skated a personal best for the ladies short program, scoring 81.00 to place first ahead of Kihira.[44] She then placed second in the free program with a score of 152.17 points in spite of falling during the execution of one of her quad jumps, within one point of Trusova's 152.38 points. Shcherbakova then won the competition due to her combined totals to become the world champion. Shcherbakova, Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and Trusova's podium placements made this only the second time, after the United States in 1991, that a single country had swept the ladies' podium at the World Championships.[45] Shcherbakova and silver medalist Tuktamysheva's podium placements qualified three berths for Russian ladies at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.[46]

Shcherbakova competed as part of the Russian team for the 2021 World Team Trophy in April, winning the short program on the opening day within one point ahead of Russian teammate Elizaveta Tuktamysheva. She finished in first place with her combined totals after the free skate and won a gold medal with Russia.[47][48]

2021–2022 seasonEdit

In August 2021, Shcherbakova received her Grand Prix assignments for the season to the 2021 Internationaux de France and the 2021 Grand Prix of Italy (formerly the 2021 Cup of China) [49] She debuted her Olympic season programs at the 2021 Russian test skate event in September, and later opened her competitive season in October at the 2021 Budapest Trophy. At the Budapest Trophy, Shcherbakova led the short program, but was later overtaken in the free skate by training-mate Maiia Khromykh after falling on her opening quad flip and receiving a number of edge and quarter calls. She placed second in the free skate to finish narrowly behind Khromykh and take the silver medal overall. It was announced that Shcherbakova would be competing for the 2021-2022 Grand Prix and is scheduled to compete for the Internationaux de France in Grenoble on 19-21 November. She is scheduled to compete alongside teammates Kosternaia and Sinitskaya. Currently, Shcherbakova is not scheduled to compete at three of the other engagements of the Grand Prix, with other teammates currently scheduled for competing in Las Vegas, Vancouver, and Tokyo prior to the Grand Prix competition in Grenoble. [50]

Skating techniqueEdit

Shcherbakova's skating has been distinguished by her high consistency in the performance of her skating programs, and she is the first woman since Irina Slutskaya in 2001 to win three Russian national titles.[51] Her performances and technique are also highlighted by her ability to consistently land quad jumps in the form of quad Lutz and quad flip jumps as part of the Tutberidze skating team in Moscow. Shcherbakova's quad jumping ability is often compared to those of her Tutberidze teammates Kamila Valieva and Alexandra Trusova.[51] Former Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski made positive comments concerning the skating technique of Shcherbakova, commenting on "her incredible consistency and tenacity she's shown throughout this season" leading up to the 2021 World Championships.[52]

EndorsementsEdit

In March 2020, Shcherbakova signed a contract with Nike to represent their products and sportswear. She has been featured in Nike video advertisements speaking English and promoting exercise techniques using the catchphrase "break it down", while wearing a silver Nike workout suit and, separately, t-shirts with the Nike logo.[53]

Records and achievementsEdit

ProgramsEdit

Season Short program Free skating Exhibition
2021–2022
2020–2021
[54]
2019–2020
[55]

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

  • Kimono
    by Strawhatz & Toyboys
    choreo. by Daniil Gleikhengauz
2018–2019
[8]
  • Kimono
    by Strawhatz & Toyboys
    choreo. by Daniil Gleikhengauz

2017–2018
2016–2017
  • Sikuriadas
    by Sergeant Early and Ghost Dance
2015–2016
  • Sikuriadas
    by Sergeant Early and Ghost Dance
2014–2015
  • Tango
    by Leandra Gamine (instrumental)

Competitive highlightsEdit

GP: Grand Prix; CS: Challenger Series; JGP: Junior Grand Prix

 
Anna Shcherbakova (left) on the podium at the 2020 European Figure Skating Championships with Alena Kostornaia (center) and Alexandra Trusova (right)
International[56]
Event 16–17 17–18 18–19 19–20 20–21 21–22
Worlds C 1st
Europeans 2nd C
GP Final 2nd
GP Skate America 1st
GP Cup of China 1st C
GP France TBD
GP Rostelecom WD
GP Italy TBD
CS Lombardia 1st
Budapest Trophy 2nd
International: Junior[56]
Junior Worlds 2nd
JGP Final 5th
JGP Canada 1st
JGP Slovakia 1st
EYOF 1st
National[57]
Russian Champ. 1st 1st 1st
Russian Junior Champ. WD 13th 3rd
Russian Cup Final 1st J
Team events
World Team Trophy 1st T
1st P
TBD = Assigned; WD = Withdrew; C = Event cancelled
Levels: J = Junior
T = Team result; P = Personal result. Medals awarded for team result only.

Detailed resultsEdit

Senior levelEdit

 
Shcherbakova at the 2019 Skate America

Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships. Personal bests highlighted in bold.

2021–22 season
Date Event SP FS Total
19–21 November 2021 2021 Internationaux de France
TBD

TBD

TBD
5–7 November 2021 2021 Grand Prix of Italy
TBD

TBD

TBD
14–17 October 2021 2021 Budapest Trophy 1
74.76
2
147.97
2
222.73
2020–21 season
Date Event SP FS Total
15–18 April 2021 2021 World Team Trophy 1
81.07
1
160.58
1T/1P
241.65
22–28 March 2021 2021 World Championships 1
81.00
2
152.17
1
233.17
5–7 February 2021 2021 Channel One Trophy 2
82.89
2
169.06
1T/2P
251.95
23–27 December 2020 2021 Russian Championships 1
80.31
1
183.79
1
264.10
20–22 November 2020 2020 Rostelecom Cup WD
WD
WD
23–27 October 2020 2020 Cup of Russia Series, 3rd Stage, Sochi
domestic competition
2
77.47
1
162.44
1
239.91
18–22 September 2020 2020 Cup of Russia Series, 1st Stage, Syzran
domestic competition
1
82.13
1
164.27
1
246.40
2019–20 season
Date Event SP FS Total
24–25 January 2020 2020 European Championships 2
77.95
1
159.81
2
237.76
26–29 December 2019 2020 Russian Championships 2
79.93
1
181.94
1
261.87
5–8 December 2019 2019–20 Grand Prix Final 3
78.27
1
162.65
2
240.92
8–10 November 2019 2019 Cup of China 1
73.51
1
152.53
1
226.04
18–20 October 2019 2019 Skate America 4
67.60
1
160.16
1
227.76
13–15 September 2019 2019 CS Lombardia Trophy 3
67.73
1
150.47
1
218.20

Junior levelEdit

Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships. Previous ISU world best highlighted in bold.

2018–19 season
Date Event Level SP FS Total
4–10 March 2019 2019 World Junior Championships Junior 1
72.86
2
147.08
2
219.94
13–14 February 2019 2019 European Youth Olympic Festival Junior 1
72.57
1
130.22
1
202.79
1–4 February 2019 2019 Russian Junior Championships Junior 2
77.17
3
146.80
3
223.97
19–23 December 2018 2019 Russian Championships Senior 5
74.09
1
155.69
1
229.78
6–9 December 2018 2018–19 JGP Final Junior 6
56.26
5
125.57
5
181.83
12–15 September 2018 2018 JGP Canada Junior 1
65.07
1
130.49
1
195.56
22–25 August 2018 2018 JGP Slovakia Junior 1
73.18
1
132.21
1
205.39
2017–18 season
Date Event Level SP FS Total
23–26 January 2018 2018 Russian Junior Championships Junior 8
68.19
16
111.00
13
179.19

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ISU World Standings for Single & Pair Skating and Ice Dance : Ladies". International Skating Union. 11 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Season Best Score 2020/2021". International Skating Union.
  3. ^ "Season Best Score 2019/2020". International Skating Union.
  4. ^ "Season Best Score 2018/2019". International Skating Union.
  5. ^ "15-Yr-Old Figure Skater Makes History Landing 2 Quadruple Lutz Jumps". InspireMore. 29 October 2019. Retrieved 25 January 2020.
  6. ^ "Quad-jumping Anna Shcherbakova steals show at Skate America". Olympic Channel. Retrieved 25 January 2020.
  7. ^ "Meet Anna Shcherbakova, Russia's newest (and most relentless) Figure Skating World Champion". Russia Beyond. 29 March 2021.
  8. ^ a b "Anna Shcherbakova: 2018/2019". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 8 August 2018.
  9. ^ "Kostornaia, Shcherbakova - Answer Questions Live, 22.5.2020". [1]
  10. ^ Первый концерт Чайковского. Док-ток. Выпуск от 29.03.2021. [2]
  11. ^ "Первенство России младшего возраста – Девушки, старший возраст" [Russian Youth Championships – Older Age Girls] (in Russian). Figure Skating Federation of Russia. Archived from the original on 8 March 2017. Retrieved 29 July 2021.
  12. ^ "Первенство России младшего возраста – Девушки, старший возраст" [Russian Youth Championships – Older Age Girls] (in Russian). Figure Skating Federation of Russia. Archived from the original on 5 August 2018. Retrieved 29 July 2021.
  13. ^ Flade, Tatjana (7 January 2019). "Anna Shcherbakova: 'The fact that we are girls doesn't change that we can jump'". Golden Skate.
  14. ^ "Первенство России среди юниоров 2018 – Дeвушки" [Russian Junior Championships 2018 – Girls] (in Russian). Figure Skating Federation of Russia. Archived from the original on 26 January 2020. Retrieved 29 July 2021.
  15. ^ "2018 JGP Slovakia: Junior Ladies Result". International Skating Union. 26 August 2018.
  16. ^ "2018 JGP Canada: Junior Ladies Result". International Skating Union. 26 August 2018.
  17. ^ Slater, Paula (7 December 2018). "Russia's Kostornaia leads junior ladies in Vancouver". Golden Skate.
  18. ^ Slater, Paula (8 December 2018). "Kostornaia takes gold in Junior Ladies in Vancouver". Golden Skate.
  19. ^ Flade, Tatjana (21 December 2018). "Anna Shcherbakova runs off with Russian National title in debut". Golden Skate.
  20. ^ Slater, Paula (9 March 2019). ""Quad queen" Trusova defends Junior World title". Golden Skate.
  21. ^ Slater, Paula (19 October 2019). "USA's Bradie Tennell leads at 2019 Skate America". Golden Skate.
  22. ^ Slater, Paula (20 October 2019). "Shcherbakova of Russia captures gold at Skate America in Grand Prix debut". Golden Skate.
  23. ^ Slater, Paula (9 November 2019). "Shcherbakova wins second consecutive Grand Prix in Chongqing". Golden Skate.
  24. ^ Slater, Paula (6 December 2019). "Kostornaia leads Russian sweep after Ladies Short Program in Torino". Golden Skate.
  25. ^ Slater, Paula (8 December 2019). "Alena Kostornaia leads Russian sweep for Ladies' gold in Torino". Golden Skate.
  26. ^ Flade, Tatjana (27 December 2019). "Spectacular Kostornaia storms to lead at Russian Nationals". Golden Skate.
  27. ^ Flade, Tatjana (28 December 2019). "Shcherbakova defends national title in Krasnoyarsk". Golden Skate.
  28. ^ Slater, Paula (24 January 2020). "Kostornaia leads Russian sweep at Europeans". Golden Skate.
  29. ^ "Russian women sweep European Figure Skating Championships medals". OlympicTalk | NBC Sports. 25 January 2020. Retrieved 23 February 2020.
  30. ^ Slater, Paula (25 January 2020). "Kostornaia takes gold in Russian sweep at Europeans". Golden Skate.
  31. ^ "Трусова ушла от Тутберидзе к Плющенко" [Trusova left Tutberidze for Plushenko] (in Russian). sport24.ru. 6 May 2020.
  32. ^ "Фигуристка Косторная ушла из группы Тутберидзе к Плющенко" [Figure skater Kostornaya left the Tutberidze group to Plushenko] (in Russian). RSport. 31 July 2020.
  33. ^ "Russian figure skater Kostornaia returns to her previous coach Eteri Tutberidze". TASS. 6 March 2021.
  34. ^ "Kolyada, Trusova shine at 2020 test skates". International Figure Skating. 14 September 2020.
  35. ^ "2020 Cup of Russia series". International Figure Skating.
  36. ^ Slater, Paula (20 November 2020). "Kostornaia in command at Rostelecom Cup". Golden Skate.
  37. ^ a b Flade, Tatjana (25 December 2020). "Shcherbakova edges Valieva for lead in Ladies Short at Russian Nationals". Golden Skate.
  38. ^ Flade, Tatjana (26 December 2020). "Shcherbakova wins impressive battle; takes third title at Russian Nationals". Golden Skate.
  39. ^ "Anna Shcherbakova wins third consecutive Russia figure skating title". NBC Sports. 26 December 2020.
  40. ^ Goh, ZK (6 February 2021). "Valieva leads the way as Team Zagitova's "Red Machine" lead at Channel One Cup". Olympic Channel.
  41. ^ Goh, ZK (7 February 2021). "Alina Zagitova's "Red Machine" win Channel One Cup". Olympic Channel.
  42. ^ McCarvel, Nick (26 February 2021). "5 things to know ahead of final Russian Cup, where Alena Kostornaia is set for return, and how to watch". Olympic Channel.
  43. ^ Flade, Tatjana (18 March 2021). "Quad and Triple Axel Battle Ahead for Ladies in Stockholm". Golden Skate.
  44. ^ Slater, Paula (24 March 2021). "World debutant Shcherbakova delivers in Stockholm". Golden Skate.
  45. ^ Slater, Paula (26 March 2021). "Anna Shcherbakova takes world title in FSR sweep". Golden Skate.
  46. ^ "Communication No. 2388". International Skating Union. 1 April 2021.
  47. ^ "Figure skating: Yuzuru Hanyu 2nd best, Japan 3rd on Team Trophy 1st day". Kyodo News. 15 April 2021.
  48. ^ Binner, Andrew (29 March 2021). "Five newly crowned world champions confirmed for star-studded line-up at 2021 World Team Trophy". Olympic Channel.
  49. ^ Начался сезон в фигурном катании: календарь, отмена этапов и проблемы россиян. MKRU journal. August 18, 2021. [3]
  50. ^ Начался сезон в фигурном катании: календарь, отмена этапов и проблемы россиян. MKRU journal. August 18, 2021. [4]
  51. ^ a b Jiwani, Rory (25 December 2020). "Anna Shcherbakova claims third consecutive Russian national title". Olympic Channel.
  52. ^ Wilner, Barry (24 March 2021). "US skating team stronger than most for recent world events". Associated Press.
  53. ^ "Анна Щербакова подписала контракт с Nike", 22 March 2020. [5]
  54. ^ "Anna Shcherbakova: 2020/2021". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 18 November 2020.
  55. ^ "Anna Shcherbakova: 2019/2020". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2 December 2019.
  56. ^ a b "Competition Results: Anna Shcherbakova". International Skating Union.
  57. ^ "Анна Станиславовна Щербакова" [Anna Stanislavovna Shcherbakova]. fskate.ru (in Russian).

External linksEdit

World Record Holders
Preceded by
Ladies' Short Program
23 August 2018 – 6 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ladies' Free Skating
25 August 2018 – 1 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ladies' Total Score
25 August 2018 – 7 September 2018
Succeeded by
World Junior Record Holders
Preceded by
Ladies' Junior Short Program
23 August 2018 – 6 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ladies' Junior Free Skating
25 August 2018 – 1 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Ladies' Junior Total Score
25 August 2018 – 7 September 2018
Succeeded by